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8-10 York Gate, Regent’s Park

Client Kirsch Family
Architect Fletcher Priest
Contractor Como
Stone Used Portland stone
Value £50,000
Completed 16-Mar-2016
Contract Duration 2 Weeks
Scope of Work Internal feature walls to entrance hall and reception

Originally designed by John Nash in the early 19th century, 8-10 York Gate is a Grade 1 listed building adjacent to Regent’s Park. 

Having worked on several prestigious projects with both Fletcher Priest and Como in the past, Putney & Wood was appointed to carry out the stonework package. Primarily this involved the design, procurement and installation of a specially designed leaf pattern on Portland stone ashlar cladding panels. Each stone was drawn individually and cut using the latest CNC technology. Putney & Wood’s masons painstakingly installed each piece to achieve the intricate pattern

CLIENT FEEDBACK


“I have never worked with a more honorable and pleasant team, I sincerely hope we work together again soon”.

Kit Chung of Como said

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